Stephanie Jean Lloyd, PhD

Dr. Stephanie Jean Lloyd

Researcher, Douglas Institute
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Université Laval


 

Expertise: Suicide, medical anthropology, cultural neuroscience, epigenetics, psychiatric practices, interdisciplinary research, Quebec, Nunavut, France

PRIZES, AWARDS AND GRANTS

2016-19 Fonds Québécois de la Recherche sur la Société et la Culture (FQRSC)
. L’empreinte de la vie: tracer la production des modèles d’incorporation épigénétique. Principal investigator: Stephanie Lloyd. Budget $50 091.

2014-18 Start-up funds from Faculté des sciences sociales, Université Laval. Principal investigator: Stephanie Lloyd. Budget: $10 000.

2013-16 Canadian Institutes of Health Research ­– CIHR, Operating grant. Neurosciences and the Afterlife of Death: Re-imagining Notions of Suicidal Risk. Principal investigator: Stephanie Lloyd ; co-investigators: Eugene Raikhel (University of Chicago), Suparna Choudhury (McGill University), Laurence Kirmayer (McGill University), Gustavo Turecki (McGill University), Fabrice Jollant (McGill University). Budget: $158 000. *Ranked 1st by the Committee of human sciences, social sciences, health law and ethics

2014-15 Funding from la Fondation Brocher for a workshop. Environmental Epigenetics and the Promise of Biosocial Science. Co-principal investigators: Stephanie Lloyd and Eugene Raikhel. Budget: $9640.

PUBLICATIONS

Books:

In press. Handbook of Body and Society. London: Palgrave, 2017. Editors: Maurizio Meloni, Jonathan Crombie, Des Fitzgerald, and Stephanie Lloyd.

Chapters:

In press. “Suicide and the Epigenetic Turn”, in The Routledge Handbook of Medical Anthropology (previously, Vital Signs). Editors : Lenore Manderson, Anita Hardon and Elizabeth Cartwright. (case study) London: Routledge, 2016. Author: Stephanie Lloyd.

2013 “Spasmophilia, Social Phobia and the State: The Remedicalization of French Anxiety”, in Troubling ‘Natural’ Categories: A Tribute to the Career of Margaret Lock. Editors: Naomi Adelson, Leslie Butt, and Karina Kielmann. Montréal: McGill-Queens University Press. Author: Stephanie Lloyd.

Articles:

Under review. Social Phobia, the Lien Social and the Questionable Existence of ‘the Social’ in France. Under review for MAT (Medical Anthropology Theory). Author: Stephanie Lloyd.

2014 L’épigénétique environnementale et le risque suicidaire: Reconsidérer la notion de contexte dans un style de raisonnement émergent. Anthropologie et santé. Vol.9, December 2014. Authors: Stephanie Lloyd and Eugene Raikhel.

 

COURSES TAUGHT

2015 Anthropologie des sciences et des techniques (ANT-2324). Département d’anthropologie, Université Laval.

2015 Méthodes d’analyse des données qualitatives (ANT-1004). Département d’anthropologie, Université Laval.

2014 Évolution, génétique et identité humaine (ANT-1101). Département d’anthropologie, Université Laval.

2014 Méthodes d’analyse des données qualitatives (ANT-1004). Département d’anthropologie, Université Laval.

SUPERVISORY ACTIVITES – GRADUATE STUDENTS AND POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

Andrée-Ann Métivier (PhD student)
Le contexte social et historique de « mindfulness ». Département d’anthropologie, Université Laval. Cospuervision with Marie-Andrée Couillard, Département d’anthropologie, Université Laval.

Philippe Audet (MSc student)
Paralympics: L’histoire et les pratiques contemporaines du corps bionique. Département d’anthropologie, Université Laval.

Marc-Antoine Dion (research assistant)

 

PAST LAB MEMBERS

Scott Phelps (postdoctoral fellow)
Brains as Persons and Raw Materials: History and Present Practices of the Douglas Hospital Brain Bank. Departement of anthropology, McGill University.

Kristin Flemons (post-doctoral fellow)
Neurosciences and the Afterlife of Death: Re-imagining Notions of Suicidal Risk. Department of anthropology, McGill University.

Viola Fini, MA (research assistant)

 

LINKS

Faculty of social sciences, Department of Anthropology, University Laval, http://www.ant.ulaval.ca/?pid=1624